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Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg Archives Alberta
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PRPC0507

Father Anton Sylla, O.M.I., sits on the far left, wearing his overalls and straw hat, with volunteers of his Polish Catholic parish during the construction of the grotto to which Father Ruh contributed his assistance.

Skaro, Alberta.

PRPC0506

Father Anton Sylla, O.M.I., wearing overalls, sits amidst volunteers from his Polish Catholic parish who are helping to build a Lourdes’ grotto. Father Ruh also labored on the project.

Skaro, Alberta.

PRPC0505

Volunteers of the Polish Catholic parish who worked with Father Anton Sylla, O.M.I., and Father Ruh to build a Lourdes grotto there.

Skaro, Alberta.

PRPC0503

Father Ruh sits in the centre of the photo, surrounded by his friends, the Faryna family, with whom he stayed for a few years during the period of his mission work in northern Alberta. The lush gardens he created for them in gratitude are featured in this photo.

Radway, Alberta.

PRPC0502

Father Ruh, on the left, with Father Anton Sylla, O.M.I., with whom he built a Lourdes’ grotto for the Polish Catholic parish in Skaro, Alberta. A member of the Faryna family stands in the background.

Radway, Alberta.

PRPC0501

Father Ruh is seated, the second from the left, with his head on his hand, and several members of the Faryna family stand nearby. The luxuriant gardens which he created for them were in gratitude for the kindness and generosity the family showed him during the years they lived together as he served his mission duties in northern Alberta.

Radway, Alberta.

PRPC0500

Father Ruh is seated in the centre of the photo, surrounded by luxuriant gardens he created for the Faryna family, with whom he stayed for a few years during his missionary period in northern Alberta. Four members of the family stand close to the house.

Radway, Alberta.

PRPC0493

Volunteer workers of the Polish Catholic parish, building the Lourdes’ grotto which was directed by Father Anton Sylla, O.M.I., and aided by Father Ruh.

Skaro, Alberta.

PRPC0487

Father Anton Sylla, O.M.I., stands the second from the right, with volunteer workers during the early stages in construction of a Lourdes’ grotto for his Polish Catholic parish.

Skaro, Alberta.

PRPC0486

Father Anton Sylla, O.M.I., pulling the wheel barrow, left of centre, and volunteers building the Lourdes’ grotto which Father Ruh helped them build for the Polish Catholic parish.

Skaro, Alberta.

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